Something in the air: and it could be infectious

Some claim love is in the air, but it’s not the only element we’re breathing in. Indeed, there are many more dangerous bacteria lurking between the oxygen and carbon dioxide of a single breath – and many could cause serious illness.

What’s more, these particles could arise from a number of sources. Out of date food will begin to emit an odour that could carry a number of potential infections. A sick person sneezing will turn a formerly safe room into a viral pit that’s rife with the risk of contagion.

Airborne particles are the source of an array of human diseases, including allergies, asthma and infections in the respiration tract.

Consider the average sneeze – emitting from a human at a rate of 100mph, a simple sneeze will spread hundreds of thousands of droplets of bacteria, increasing the risk of infection.

Hospitals have to deal with this problem all the time – as such they understand the importance of cleaning air.

Filter for quality

The filtration of air is a necessity to the continued health of any working environment. Even more important is filtration of air during the winter, when airborne germs and diseases (such as the norovirus) are at their height.

Washrooms are some of the worst offenders when it comes to poor air quality. There’s not much love in the air in a poorly maintained bathroom – but there is a high rate of faecal bacteria that will infect the air levels in the area.

To combat this, we offer a washroom air steriliser service that will neutralise unpleasant odours in your washroom and greet visitors with a clean and pleasant smell.

So if you want to extinguish any troubling odours and avoid a bacterial outbreak, get in touch.